probably would happen

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So after seeing this post (with the second screencap), I just *had* to re-start Endless Summer. How could I NOT want to see Jake confront MC about where they stand?

… I ended up restarting the book twice to get it right.

It happens as soon as MC breaks the time loop, but only if you do the following:

- Chapter 1: Choose Jake, but don’t start dating him yet. 
This one is the first crucial step. Might sound ‘duh’, but fact is, I had chosen to spend time with another LI (out of curiosity) in the first book restart. In the end, the scene didn’t happen.

- Chapter 2: Go to the lake with Jake. Spend time with him.
I’m not actually sure whether or not it’d make a difference if you chose to spend time with Estela as well, or if you chose to go through with all three options of what you can do at the lake. But I think it’s safe to say that the lake scenes do play a part.

The steps sound a lot more obvious now that I typed them. Haha, I’ll blame the lack of sleep.

EDIT: It will probably not make a difference whether or not MC sides with Jake concerning Rourke. I sided with Sean, and I still got this scene in the end. The only way I could see this be relevant is whether you’d need that last point to boost MC’s relationship with Jake to ‘Friends’.

what they say: i want a live-action zelda but in the style of game of thrones!

what they mean: i want to see a live action princess zelda get her tits out, this aint a KIDS game no more!!!!! wouldnt it be epic if link TALKED???

what would probably happen if they made a live action zelda tv show: the shittiest cgi goron you could possibly imagine

therarestgaz  asked:

Ok this is a bit stupid and there's not much to go on with it but I've always wondered about what would happen if Rohan got Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (bc he draws just waaayyy too much) while still on rather bad terms with Josuke?? Would he let him heal me or just try to brush it off bc pride?? Would Josuke end up discreetly using Crazy D? Just some random thought, really,

YES, GOD THAT’S GOOD.

I think this would probably happen before they’re really good friends, but definitely after Josuke’s graduated high school and Rohan has become an Official Duwang Gang Member. There’s still some weird kind of tension between them, of course – I mean, it’s not like it’s easy to just forgive the guy who put you in the hospital for a month, tried to steal your money, and burned your house down while trying to steal money. And for Josuke, it’s… really, really awkward to know you’ve done those things, and you feel bad about it, but you don’t quite know how to approach the apology topic with him when he treats you so coldly. 

It’s better than it used to be – Rohan tolerates him well enough, but he never knows exactly what Josuke’s thinking. It unnerves him, so he tries to keep the younger man at a distance. Josuke, however, is still trying to figure out how to really apologize… which means he’s trying hard to actually talk to Rohan and get the guy to open up a little.

Well, in the middle of this mess, Rohan ends up developing Carpal Tunnel. He’s been a famous mangaka for about six years now, and all of that obsessive drawing has…. definitely left its mark. He tries to work through the pain, but finds it harder and harder to draw as often as he used to. He gets an arm brace, and wears it as often as he can, but he refuses to wear it around Josuke or the rest of the gang. He doesn’t want them to know he’s injured. 

Of course, Josuke always finds these things out. He’s a very perceptive guy. He notices how Rohan starts favoring his other arm, how he doesn’t sketch anything when they’re all hanging out anymore (usually a favored pastime of Rohan’s was to sketch the gang while they spent time together), how he’s a little more snappy than usual… so Josuke decides to give Rohan a surprise visit and see what’s wrong. See if there’s anything he can do to help. Maybe throw in an apology or five before Rohan kicks him out.

He goes alone to Rohan’s house and knocks on the door. Rohan, for once, isn’t aware of who is at the door. He has his arm brace on (he had just been woken up from a nap).

He stares at Josuke.

Josuke stares back at him. Then Josuke looks down at the arm brace.

“Fucked up your arm?” He asks.

“I’ll fuck up your face if you don’t get off my property.” Rohan moves to close the door in his face, but Josuke, for once, is faster. 

Crazy Diamond brushes against Rohan’s hand, and that’s all it takes. 

I’msorryI’llseeyoulaterbye!” Josuke blurts out as he runs off of the porch and bolts out of the yard.

The next time the whole gang gets together to hang out, Rohan doesn’t talk to Josuke. Everyone wonders what’s wrong, but neither is willing to admit anything. 

However, Rohan is back to sketching everyone at the table. When they’re done hanging out and go back to their respective homes, Rohan asks Josuke to stay behind for one moment. 

“Here.” He hands Josuke one of the pieces he worked on.

It’s a sketch of Josuke. Though “sketch” is relative when it comes to Rohan’s skill – it looks almost like a full illustration. It’s… really, really good. 

Josuke fumbles for words for a moment. He doesn’t really know what to say. 

Rohan, however, takes the lead. “Thank you,” he says, “I appreciate your help.” 

He turns to leave – but before he walks away, he stops and says, “And thank you for not burning my house down this time.” 

With that, he’s gone – leaving Josuke wondering if things might start to get better.

why you should watch still star-crossed
  • it’s basically a show that continues the story of shakespeare’s romeo&juliet
  • so if you like shakespeare, you’ll pretty much adore this
  • the aesthetic!! boi, i swear, i’ve never seen something prettier than this tv show in a long time
  • this inclused the shots, the cinematography, the costumes and settings! all beautiful
  • great soundtrack too!! which all leads to the dreamiest, fairest, most authentic vibe ever
  • a diverse cast!! black people and white people filling up both positions of power and of servants! —>historical accuracy!!! 
  • so if you like period tv shows, again, this one is for you
  • you like fight scenes? plenty of fight scenes!!
  • you like romance? we have that too!!! 
  • you like political plots? checked. morally ambiguous character? yep. beautiful actors? oh dear, of course
  • greatly fleshed out characters!!
  • strong females that want freedom from patriarchal values, females that just want to be married, females that want power, peace!! and they’re all great and amazing in their own way!!
  • antagonists with actual background and reasoning, while not being apologetic and not having their deeds excused!!! 
  • if you like shonda rhimes shows (grey’s, scandal, how to get away with murder) i’m pretty sure you’ll like this one too
  • please please please do not let this show die!!! !!!
  • Emily: Hey, are you free on Friday? Like, around 8 pm?
  • Beca: Yes?
  • Emily: What about you?
  • Chloe: Yes, i am.
  • Emily: Great! Because i’m not. You two go on without me. Enjoy your date
  • Beca: Did she just-

Like honestly, why is it such a big deal that Ron struggles and complains about his problems once in a while when all other times he is always does his best to be there for his friends with their problems? People who complain about him act like he’s super unsympathetic and never helps Harry when like, off the top of my head, things Ron has done:

-Would always either stay at Hogwarts so Harry wouldn’t be alone on Christmas, or would invite Harry to his family’s for Christmas. Was also super casual about it and would come up with excuses why he was doing this so Harry wouldn’t feel awkward.

-when Harry didn’t write back to him, he quickly became worried the Dursleys were doing something bad to him, told his family about it (SEVERAL TIMES, apparently)  (like as far as I can tell every single day Harry didn’t write back Ron was panicking about it to his parents and siblings and wondering what the hell was going on) and then he hatched a plan with his brothers to steal a car, break the law, fly all the way to Harry’s house, forcibly grabbed him from his screaming relatives and then took him to his house. 

-Generally acts super chill about his mum blatantly giving Harry more attention than him, because he knows Harry needs it. Like, aside from a few jokes about it, he never acted overtly resentful about that. I think the Horcrux revealed that it made him insecure about whether his mum liked Harry more deep down (I’d have to reread the seventh book it’s been a while) yet he never once mentioned this. The fact he never let that show out of empathy for Harry is pretty impressive.

-tried to call Harry on the telephone despite not knowing how to use it and was then worried that he got Harry in trouble.

-when Harry wrote that he needed food, Ron once again informed his entire family and got an entire truckload sent to him.

-He informed Harry that even if he had to kidnap him from the Dursley’s home again, he was going to get Harry to spend the summer with them his family and see the Quidditch World Cup. He worked with his family to get an invitation sent to the Dursleys, then immediately wrote Harry a personal note saying “btw if they say no we’re coming anyway I will beat them all up if i have to”)

-if anyone badmouths Harry or Hermione in front of him, even someone he likes (like Seamus), he will rabidly defend them and basically prepare to fight that person.

-this includes teachers

-if someone calls Hermione (or anyone) a slur he will have to be physically restrained from attacking that person.

-when McG wouldn’t let Harry go to Hogsmeade Ron was in deep despair over the unfairness of it all, got personally angry and called McG several curse words. He and Hermione got Harry ton of sweets while they were there and tried to downplay how fun it was.

-When Percy wrote him a letter telling him to drop Harry as a friend, Ron made a giant show of ripping the letter into pieces and throwing it dramatically into a fire (what a nerd, honestly)

-generally did his best to be patient and understanding with Harry’s depression and anger issues in fifth year, but would firmly point out to him when he was crossing a line without flipping out back at him.

(which, as previous examples demonstrate, Ron’s fuse is pretty short, so that likely required a lot of effort on his part) 

(like, he and Hermione never invalidated Harry’s feelings, but Ron would point out when he was getting angry at the wrong people in a pretty calm way.  He said something like “It’s not our fault Snape and Umbridge are like that. We think you should stop taking it out on us when we’re on your side.” He was able to set boundaries and make Harry realize his behavior wasn’t okay while also making it clear he knew he was dealing with a lot and he was here for him and supported him. Pretty good example of how to friend and a lot more mature than most 15 year olds could have managed.)

-when he found out about Umbridge’s abuse, he was visibly sickened, argued with Harry for a long time than he needed to tell an adult, was upset Harry hadn’t mentioned it and when he couldn’t convince Harry, apparently told Hermione so she could help out and give him healing stuff. 

-also just the general fact he gladly went along with all of Harry’s super dangerous adventures and literally said he would die for him and never acted resentful of nearly getting murdered on a regular basis due to association with Harry

-guys Ron even told Voldermort to shut up when he said something mean about Harry i mean. let’s just consider that. He yelled at Voldemort. I’m pretty sure he was the first one who started yelling too.

So I really don’t get why people focus on the few times Ron complained and the whole two times in their seven year friendship when he got so fucked up about his own issues that he fought with Harry and didn’t support him (and the second time probably would not have happened if it weren’t EVIL SOUL SHARD THAT AMPLIFIED NEGATIVE FEELINGS) when the entire rest of their friendship is unwavering support. It’s so weird to me. You don’t have to like Ron, but acknowledge characters can be flawed and human and don’t hold him to ridiculous standards.

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A Cresswell-Tangled crossover! I started this thing over a year ago, but it wasn’t working out so I stopped and was like I can always get back to it later, knowing that that would probably not happen lol. I still had the unfinished piece in my drafts, so every time I went to drafts it was there glaring at me. And now I finally finished it because the shipweeks gave me a reason to pick it back up :p I finished most of the line-art last time, but I had to redraw a lot because it’s been over a year and I’ve improved since then, and obviously something wasn’t working out before. That I was able to make it work this time means I actually learned things last year, which feels good :) 
Anyway! Today’s shipweek theme was ‘lights’ and this thing accidentally fits because of the lyrics, so I waited till today to post it.

a not-entirely-earthling stinky boy

  • Beca: We've known each other for a while now and I've been thinking that maybe it's time to take a step forward in our relationship.
  • Chloe: What?
  • Beca: *kneels down on one knee*
  • Chloe: ...
  • Beca: *Pulls out a sticky note* Here. My wifi password.

modern.
ludwig thinks Gilbert doesn’t do so well with change—well, he’s rarely this bad, but everything is so different. Ludwig sometimes feels like it’s his job to step in.

after an outburst like that though, the embarrassment and shame would eat gil alive if he couldn’t melt it down into something solid and useful

You know how in canon, Xander has a cat? Well I was thinking about it earlier (now I’m not sure if this cat already has a name) but I was thinking he’d call it something regal like Prince or Duchess or even Fluffy idk but then it hit me

He’d call that cat Siegcat and you all know he would